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deliver us. the trouble is it may be too late because when it comes to ghoulish beastees in many parts of this country they're here already and nobody quite knows what to do about them. as mark strassmann will report in our sunday morning cover story. >> reporter: asian carp. mussels from europe. burmese pythons. they're more than making it in america. their numbers are exploding with devastating results. >> when scientists look into the future, they see the potential for many more damaging species. >> reporter: you make it sound like we're under attack everywhere. >> we are under attack everywhere. >> reporter: invasive species. the natural order completely up in the air. later on sunday morning. >> osgood: when you see trick or treat at somebody's doorstep you're hoping for something good enough to eat. but what if the house and the doorstep themselves are a trick, a deception by a skilled photographer. martha teichner will show us a master of the art. >> reporter: no, you're not hallucinating. you're looking at carl warner's edible landscapes. so the sea is made out of little fish.
's where mary donnelly comes in as bill geist will show us. >> reporter: a national debate rages over the federal government's ability to effectively administer public assistance programs. but mary donnelly is doing it. later on sunday morning we'll ferry out to a small island to meet its visiting nurse. who tends not only to residents' physical maladies.... >> and this is the power company. >> reporter: keeps the lights on. ... but to their financial ills as well. >> this is another one saving a house. >> reporter:. >> osgood: mo rocca shows us why much maligned new jersey is the garden state. david edelstein reviews the latest wall street meltdown movie. rita braver talks with new york times editor jill abrahm son but first the headlines for this sunday morning october 16, 2011. the occupy wall street protest seems to be growing in momentum. last night the gathering moved to times square. new york city police reported more than 70 arrests. and in rome yesterday an anti-corporate demonstration turned into a riot. marchers smashed shop and bank windows and torched cars. this morning a
story. >> right now warren buffet pays a lower tax rate than his secretary. an outrage he has asked us to fix. >> warren buffet has come out and said it's not fair. he's absolutely right. it's not fair. there's a deeper question though. why has the underlying inequality grown so much. >> reporter: there are as many opinions on what to do about it.... >> this is why we develop 9-9-9. >> reporter:... as there are presidential candidates. later this sunday morning, a step back from the fray. >> osgood: the music man will be dropping in this morning. sings no songs, plays no instrument yet his career has hit any number of high notes just the same. anthony mason will introduce us to clive davis. >> okay. i'm ready to go. >> reporter: legendary music mogul clive davis helped launch the careers of bruce springsteen, whitney houston and aleash a keys. ♪. >> reporter: he also throws the biggest music party of the year. do you ever get desperate appeals? please, let me in. >> yes, i do. >> reporter: but you're invited to come along as we follow clive davis later this sunday morning. >> reporte
morning. for most of us, standing and walking, moving around on our own are things we take for granted. but for people with physical impairment who have lost the use of their legs, these things are anything but. however, with the help of some amazing new technology, many are learning to walk again step by step. barry petersen will be roaring our sunday morning cover story. >> can i have you help me grab something up there because i can't reach it. >> reporter: life after paralysis has often meant a life on wheels. but a new generation of prosthetics is giving folks like amanda boxtell a chance to stand up and even walk. >> i'm the bionic woman. >> reporter: futuristic to be sure, but the world of prosthetics is now reaching right into the brain. prosthetics' next step later on sunday morning. >> osgood: the street fight we have to tell you about this morning is no ordinary fight. it's taking place on no ordinary street. rebecca jarvis will be taking us to the front lines. >> occupy wall street. >> reporter: they call themselves "occupy wall street." they're calling on more and more ame
rocca will remind us. >> reporter: for nearly 14 years prohibition was the law of the land. at least it was supposed to be. >> i think that it was probably the period of the greatest american hypocrisy which is saying a lot. there were people who were absolutely able to stand up in public and say you must get rid of the deem onalcohol and then go home and pour themselves a cocktail. >> reporter: later on sunday morning prohibition. >> osgood: lady antebellum is a musical group that takes its name from american history. its moment is is now as ben tracy will show us. >> we worked hard. we still to come have a lot of the same work ethic. >> reporter: charles kelly and dave heyward tried writing songs on their own. >> carp diem is on vacation. we're really bad. >> ♪ i'm all alone and i need you now ♪ >> reporter: but then they met a girl. >> the first time i was really incredibly proud of the song was the first song we ever wrote. >> y'all just needed a lady. >> reporter: why three? lady antebellum later on sunday morning. >> osgood: the duke is the unofficial title by which movie f
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